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Students attending Southern Oregon University and the state's six other public universities could face a 5 percent tuition increase next year after a panel voted Friday to forward proposed increases to the full Board of Higher Education for review next month.
A state Board of Higher Education committee voted unanimously Friday to forward proposed tuition increases to the full board for review at its June meeting.
The University of Oregon is developing courses with the capacity to teach thousands through online courses, allowing students to learn from the comfort of their own home.
When journalists report on the results of scientific studies-from social sciences like economics and psychology to physical sciences like biology-they often overstate the results and draw far more general conclusions that the study results themselves warrant.
Dig a Pony's wood and rope bar. The bar's owner is teaming up with another east side bar owner to open a new spot in the Governor Hotel downtown.
Medford's Main Street can be a rough place for a business, but Clint Orchuk said he sees enough positive signs to move into one of a dozen vacant storefronts with an artisan coffee shop.
Oregon public university presidents on Friday will ask permission to raise tuition by about 5 percent next year, the smallest increase they have sought in six years.
Megan McCombs started having severe headaches. Then her vision got blurry. When her landlord checked on her 3 weeks after the symptoms started, Megan couldn't independently move her legs.
Next year Nanaimo's Lynda Avis celebrates 50 years of marriage to the man she met in 1964 on a shipboard romance.
If you want an objective view of energy, ask an economist, who can tell you what to expect to pay at the pump in the coming years, and why, as well as what to expect from medium- and long-term economic growth and what the real drivers will be.
Portland State University student Dani Smith discusses the Cuban agriculture system at the Oregon University System study abroad orientation held at the University of Oregon on May 19.
EUGENE, Ore Documents released by the University of Oregon on Wednesday show the exact recruiting rules the school is accused of violating.
With music institutions - especially those in less commercial genres - struggling musicians and fans have had to get social and entrepreneurial, increasingly relying on grassroots funding and informal venues.